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Jesus, fuckin, Christ, I can't 
believe I'm at it again. You people are 
the roots of my little tree. There were j 
so many times I was just going to throw J 
in the towel, but the letters and: 
compliments of appreciation has kept me 
fighting for another round. Thanks to 
everyone that kept believing in me. but 
I'm afraid that this might be the last 
issue, one reason being I don't know 
where to get the money to print TWT so 
that I can keep selling them for a 
cheap price. I might go to a newsletter 
or a half size z i ne or hopefully I'll 
find a way to keep things going the way 

they are go i ng . 

Another reason I should probably 
stop doing the z i ne , or take a break is 
because I need to put more time into my 
studies (college fulltime) and I can't 
afford to fall behind even though I 
already have. To make things worse, I 
don't have a clue what I want to do 
(major) at all. I'm just taking general 
requirements and getting them out of the 
way so hopefully by my junior year, I'll 
know what I want to do. Fuck me 1 . 1 .! 

Oh yeah, my parents want to move to 
North Carolina by September and I'm 
welcome to go with them, but I have to 
much to leave behind (girlfriend, 
tristate area he scene, friends, and 
much more reasons), so come Sept., I'm 
kinda fucked. I have a band (Standpoint) 
that usually plays a lot of weekends. 
We don't make any money (mostly lose 
money) to live off of but we do it 
because we love it. To go to school 
fulltime, work, pay rent, have a band, 
and have a fanzine might be too much for 
me to handle. I don't know what to do 
about a job because I'll probably only 
have weekends free for work, but that'll 
mean the end of my band. Who wants to 
hire a kid that has to take off lots of 



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Up, and Floor Punch, as well as some 
music reviews, essays, photos, and more. 
Send in music to be reviewed, 
complaints, suggestions, and what ever 
else you want to send me, everything is 
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distro, and everyone who 

pub 1 ica t i on . 

People that helped/contributed: 

Steve Silberg, Reilly, Alex Franklin, JT, 

and Jar ret t . 

Front Cover: Chuck Duffy's hand, Richie (IA>» 

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Cold As Life Bio: done by Alex Franklin. 



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1 ) Pink 

S) "All Skrewed Up" 

Another State of Mind 
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I'd like to print an apology to Seth. I know I printed your 

words and should have went about it in a different way. I wasn't 

I didn't mean any harm and I'm sorry you took it the 

because it was meant for you to take it in a positive 

wasn't an attack, but an offering of information and 

hope you can understand why I wrote it even though I 



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days to play shows 

basica 1 1 y , I'm lost 

my band means so 

probably quit a job 

don't know how bands do it. 

luck because I'll need it'. 

But anyway, here it is, Time Will Tell 

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with Into Another, Cold As Life, Times 



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it seemed like it took forever to 

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life went by fast. He said, 
reach 20, but it seems like just yesterday that I was 21 



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I did this interview at the Troc in Ph i 1 i , but first off, I 
was supposed to be on the guest list + 2 and get a photo pass, 
but I got dicked over (we won't even mention the fact that I had 
to drive on short notice because my friend Jerry's (he's Irish) 
car was undrivable and we got lost for an extra 2 hours) and I 
paid, but that's not a big deal. The big deal was when some big 
meat neck bouncer wouldn't let me backstage to get an interview. 
So finally at the end of the show, Richie came out and talked to 
all the kids (thank satan) and I explained my story to him and I 
followed him into the backroom and began my interview. 








Into Another 




Richie: Yeah, all the time. In fact, 
occasionally sometimes I'll adapt a poem 
I've written to a piece of music that we've 
written as a band. Usually when we write 
songs we start with the music first then I'll 
kind of live with the music for a while and 
write the lyrics, but I'm always writing. I 
write in a journal almost everyday and I 
write poetry all the time. 

TUT: DID YOU EVER THINK ABOUT PUTTING OUT A 
BOOK ON ALL YOUR WRITINGS? 
Richie: No, I haven't really thought about 
it yet, I mean a lot of what I write I don't 
save and I'm not really good about stuff like 
that. So no, 1 haven't as of yet doing that 
but maybe someday. 

TUT: YEAH BECAUSE I KNOW A L OT OF PEOPLE 
THAT ENJOY YOUR WRITING A LOT. BUT ANYUAY , 
JUST OUT OF CURIOSITY. DO YOU EVER JUST UIP 
OUT SOME OLD HARDCORE TAPES AND REMINISCE? 
Richie: Urn, I still play some of my old 
records. Yeah I still listen to Minor Threat 



some t imes , 
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I'll throw on 
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Negative Approach, SSD 

you know just depends. 

I'm working out or something 

the first Cromags tape... yeah 

I listen to music from just 



Richie: Not so much anymore, I use to all 

the time. It helps me to keep more mentally 

focused, more emotionally focused, and I sing 

better when I'm in shape. 

TUT: ON THE SONG "MAY I", WHAT MADE YOU 

DECIDE TO PAN THE DRUMS ON THE LEFT AND THE 

GUITAR ON THE RIGHT? 

Richie: Urn, that actually was a decision our 

producer came up with and at first we were 

like I don't know man I don't know and we 

just listened to the mix over and over again 

and we got really into it because it sounded 

a lot like a really old record, and I don't 

know because it's just really trippy and we 

tried it both ways and we ended up preferring 

it with the drums panned hard left kind of 

like the first album. 

TWT: YEAH CAUSE NOW I CAN SHUT OFF THE DRUMS 

OR GUI TAR - 

Richie: Yeah, but a, like on the first 

Ramones record there's all guitar on one side 

and all bass on the other side. It's kind of 

an old 60 ' s and 70 ' s stereo technique to 



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throw all the instruments on one side and it 

just seemed really cool and spacey. 

TUT: UHO ARE YOU REFERRING TO IN THAT SONG? 

Richie: Um f my girlfriendi the person I 
1 i ve wi th , 

TUT: UHAT WAS THE FIRST AND LAST TATQQ THAT 
YOU GOT? 

Richie: The first tatoo that I ever got was 
a fire dragon and a water dragon around my 
left wrist biting each others tails* and I 
got that in 1985. The last one I got was my 
vegan tatoo about three years ago. 
TUT: DOES INTO ANOTHER HAVE ANY MTV PLANS? 
Richie: Sure, we're going to make videos and 
I think video is just another artistic medium 
just like music is, and just like 90'/. of all 



music that ' 
videos out 
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s out there sucks, 90'/. of all 

there suck, but we plan to make 

that 10V. that are awesome, but 



yeah, we're making a video for "Mutate Me" in 
about a week, going out to LA, and then we're 
going to do a video for "TAIL" after that. 
TUT: HAVE YOU BEEN GETTING ANY HEAT FOR 
SIGNING TO HOLLYWOOD? 

Richie: Um, very little- I think a lot of 
kids these days realize that whole indie 
verses major thing is kind of pointless and 
there's much more pressing social and 
political issues out there. You know, there 
was a time when people thought that Sub Pop 
was the ultimate indie label and they'd never 
sell out. Sub Pop just sold half their 
shares to Uarner Brothers. So you know, I 
don't feel very different from when I was on 
an indie label except that* well I was on 
four indie labels in my life and they all 
ripped me off and I don't think that's going 
to happen with Hollywood. HW treats us so 
well, that they are like family to us. The 
people there are really amazing. They have 
very few bands so we get lotsa lotsa love and 
lots of attention. And I don't want to do 
anything else with my life but play music and 
I think it's ridiculous that it's not 
unethical for someone to go out and do what 
he or she loves and make lots of money in any 
other profession but if you're talking about 
music, to some kids it's unethical if someone 
makes money. We're all broke right now, I 
mean all we did was sign a record deal, you 
don't get rich doing that and you don't make 
money until you sell lots and lots of 
records. But to be perfectly honest with you 
I want to sell records. I don't think you 

lose any integrity by selling records. It's 
so funny how many kids use to be such die 
hard supporters of a band like Greenday and 
Greenday have not changed a bit. They play 
the same music they've always been playing, 
they haven't changed as people, they're 
totally unpretentious, they're totally down 
to earth and some of the kids are like fuck 
Greenday man because they've sold B million 
records. If you're going to dislike someone 
for being rich, dislike the Pope for having 
all that money for supposingly tying to live 
life as a Christian. Christ, 
rags, and was poor and wandered 
man, and the Pope lives in 
splendor. That 's hypocrisy, 
that's making money doing what they love. 
TUT: PLUS I'VE NOTICED THAT YOU STILL KEEP 

YOUR DOOR PRICES DOUN, *5. B* SH OUS 

Richie* Yeah, we still play all ages shows, 
we still play benefits, I mean I don't know. 
TUT: IS IT TRUE THAT YOU GUYS HAV E A FASHION 
COORDINATOR? 

Richie: A fa? No i 

TUT: YEAH SOMEONE TOLD ME THAT AND I UAS 

LIKE ARE YOU SERIOUS. 

Richie: No, any fashion decisions are made 
by the band, and besides, not the whole band 
is fashion Conscience (laughs), I don't know 
if anyone's noticed (laughs). 

TUT: ARE YOU GUYS GOING ON TOUR UITH UHITE 
ZOMBIE AND THE RAMONES? 

Richie: Yes, for 17 days. Actually we're 
doing a split up, we're doing a tour that's 
six weeks long and half of it's with Shelter 
which is all the way down the east coast and 
the other half with WZ and the" Ramones in 
Canada and other parts in the northeast. 



you know wore 

as a homeless 

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Yeah , me too . 

YOU HAD THE POUER TO CHANGE ONE TYPE 
OF FOOD AND MAKE IT VEGAN, UHAT UOULD IT BE? 

Richie: Wow, that's a good question. I'd 
love vegan pizza that really tasted like 
pizza that was really just like the same 
experience. If someone could make a cheese 
out there, a soy based cheese that would melt 
just like mozzarella cheese and taste exactly 
like it, I'd be siked. Pizza, NY pizza. 
TUT: YEAH, VEGAN RELLA JUST DOESN'T DO THE 

JOB. 

but man, 



Richie: Nah , vegan rella's O.K. 
it's not the real thing. 
TUT: UH, THE SMELL OF IT. 



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Richie: Gives you bad breath. 
TUT: UHAT IS INTO ANOTHER'S 



DISFUCTIONAL 



FAMILY? 



Richie: It's just, a better name I thought 
than fanclub. Fanclub's really cheesy. It's 
just everyone who corresponds with us, writes 
to us and we try to answer all the mail we 
get, but we get a lot and we're kind of flaky 
about it, but we do get to all of it 
eventually. Just the people that correspond 
with us and we send them tour dates and 
stickers, and what ever we have to send, we 
send them out periodically. Generally it's 
the people who are on that list receive 
information about tours and upcoming records 
events and shit. 

TUT: I UAS GOING TO ASK YOU UHAT TAIL STANDS 
FOR, BUT I KIND OF FIGURED IT OUT TONIGHT AT 
THE SHQU, THE AMrHtftAN IN LOVE. 
Richie: Yup , there you go. Maybe I 



stop 
soon . 
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YOU FEEL ABOUT THE KRISHNA 



VEGETARIANISM THING, UHERE THEY THINK IT'S 

ALRIGHT TO DRINK MILK... 

Richie: Um, to be honest... 

TUT: YEAH CAUSE I'M VEGAN AND THEY TELL ME 

I'M STUPID OR SOMETHING 

Richie: Uell no, that's ridiculous, you're 
not stupid. I don't drink milk, but I'll say 
one thing, the cows that live on Geetanogre 
(sp? no clue) lets say, are treated, far, far 
better than just about any animals in 
capt i vi ty anywhere. . . 

TUT: BUT THAT'S MAJORITY THOUGH... 
Richie: They're protected, they're loved, 
vast loved, majority not. So I think it's 
wrong, personally, to go to a supermarket and 
support factory farming by buying a gallon of 
supermarket milk. I have less of a problem 
with someone milking a cow in Geetanogre. So 
for those people that drink milk from 
protected cows, I don't think it's bad at 
all, I really don't, it's far far worse to 
support factory farming. 

TUT: I HEARD RAY CAPPQ SAY THAT HE KNOUS SO 
MANY PEOPLE THAT HAVE BEEN VEGAN FOR LIKE 
FIVE YEARS THAT ARE SO UNHEALTHY AND THAT YOU 
NEED MILK. ■ . 

Richie: That's not true, I mean... 
TUT: THAT'S UHY I ASKED YOU IF YOU UORKED 
OUT BECAUSE YOU LOOK LIKE YOU'RE IN GOOD 
SHAPE . . . 
Richie: I'm vegan five years later a 




(slapping his bicep a couple of times) I'm" 

hard as a rock and a (laughs). I mean I know 

plenty of people who have been vegan for many 

many 'y ears who are very healthy, the vast 

majority of Shaolin monks in China practice 

Kung Fu , don't eat any animal products or 



milk and they live 




very ripe old age. 




I've never seen interviews with anyone else but Richie and 
was curious to just even hear the other guys voices- Putting 
Richie's vocals aside, the music is just amazing. I interviewed 
Pete (guitar) and he was so fuckin cool and I had the best time 
talkin with him. I also thought I'd let you know that he was 
eating a banana throughout the whole interview. 




IHIl I ALWAYS SEE INTERVIEWS WITH RICHIE AND 

NOT ANY OF THE OTHER GUYS. 

Pete: Yeah well, I only like to do 
interviews if someone just wantyto talk to me 
because otherwise a lot of the questions are 
for Richie and people ask like "why does 
Richie..." and I'm like you have to ask 
Richie. I think we all feel that way and he 
knows everything that's going on, he's use to 
doing it. He doesn't have any gear to tune 
or anything (laughs). 

TWT: DID YOU EVER KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT DREW 
RICHIE, OR TONY BEFORE YOU MET THEM? 
Pete: Oh, actually I knew about Underdog 
only because my fiance knew Richie from 
around the East Village and she was an editor 
of a magazine and she got Vanishing Point in 
and she was like oh, this is an old friend of 
mine, let's listen to 
him from that, but I 
about the sxe scene, 
about Drew, but one 

(Katherine) walking down the street in the 
East Village and he was working at the door, 
guess at the Pyramid and we walked over and 
hello to him and that's when I first met 
we saw him another time when he 
somewhere else and he said he was 
a guitar player to start a band 



it- So I did hear of 
didn't know anything 

I didn't know anything 
day I was with her 



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sa id 

him. Then 

was working 

looking for 

and that's how we got hooked up. And Tony, 

we knew Tony... my girlfriend knew Tony's X- 

girlfriend through the music business* and he 

had left Whiplash and we needed a bass player 

and it kind of went around like that and 

that's how we all met him. I knew about 

Whiplash, but I didn't know Tony in 

particular, but I knew the band, 

TWT; TONY WAS IN WHIPLASH? 

Pete: Yup (laughs), grandfather of metal. 

TWT: WERE YOU EVER INTO HARDCORE? 

Pete: Yeah, I was. I wasn't a record buyer 

of every release that ever came out, but I 

liked the Dead Kenedeys when Fresh Fruit came 

out and stuff like that, Black Flag and stuff 

like that, Bad Brains, DOA , that kind of 

stuff. So I had some what f ami 1 i arar i ty , but 

I wasn't into as much as those guys more, 

certainly. But I wasn't just like a strict 

metal head, oooh hardcore's gross. Where I 

come from, there was no division of metal 




heads and punks, everybody 
both, so there wasn't this 
that you have today. 
(Drew enters the room) 



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fuckin hated them'. 

Pete: Metal haters! 

Drew: But then we became liberal 

wanted everybody. (looks out of a 

Wow that's cool (then he went out the window 

on some balcony or something). 

TWT: WHAT ARE YOUR INFLUENCES MUS ICALLY? 

Pete: Uh , the Monkees I'd have to say 

the most influential band in my life. No I 

don't know, starting from when I was a little 

five year old I heard the Beatles and 

I became a teenager I heard Led Zeppelin and 

Black Sabbath everyday, everything on 

radio throughout the 70 ' s , Deep Purple, heavy 

old 70's rock bands. My dad always played a 

lot of classical music, he use to be 

symphony and opera freak and all kinds 

diverse things like that. 

TWT: HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN 

BACKGROUND, TRAINING ETC.? 
Pete: How long have I been 
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TWT: COMMA BACKGROUND COMMA TRAINING... 

Pete: Urn, I've been playing for IB years 
now, long time, longer than most of our fans 
been alive actually (laughs). I took lessons 
for, um, I don't know, six months or 
something when I first started out and then I 
just played to the radio and records all the 
time as a a teenager. I was in little 
garage bands with friends, playing the 
occasional barmitzva or something (laughs), 
No! I never played a barmitzva! I think I 
played maybe one wedding, two weddings maybe, 
you know, playing Eagles covers, crap like 
that, playing Rush songs, and then I went to 
music school, for col lege... I went to West 
Chester University actually Penn. I went for 
two years studying classical guitar, I was a 
music student ... and now I'm just in a rock 
band . 

TWT: OUT OF THE MANY BANDS YOU'VE PLAYED 
WITH, ARE THERE ANY BANDS THAT STICK OUT IN 
YOUR MIND THAT YOU'VE REALLY LIKED OR 
ENJOYED? 

Pete: I had a great time with Seaweed 
actually. We played with so many great 
bands, I don't know... I mean Quicksand I 
thought was great on the Warped Tour. We 
played with them also in NYC last year and 
that was great. I was really impressed by 



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of terrible bands too but, you know. 
TUT: HOW DO YOU GUYS USUALLY GO ABOUT 
WRITING SONGS? 
Pete: Either Tony comes 
a choruSi well we don't 
yet, but he comes in with 
or three parts, or I come 
and we all just kind of 

with Drew and then we go oh let's do that 
part again or something, or sometimes it's 
just in rehearsal we make songs up like we 
just start playing, you know, anyone who jams 
knows whatever, and you just start playing 
and there it is. And we all talk and 
sometimes we argue passionately, and 
sometimes it's obvious of what to do and we 
put the songs together that way and then we 
get a good solid structure down and Richie 
either meditates on it and writes lyrics or 
he finds something that he's already written 
and app 1 i es i t . 
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Pete: Urn, we want to try but we've never 
been able to rehearse backups that's why we 
never do it. We're not really sure which one 
of us can sing (laughs) because we've never 
really been able to give it a good try. We'd 
like to be able to do the backups, some of 
the backups that are on the record, not every 
last one, but some of the really blatant ones 
that would really help out. But we've never 
been able to rehearse them and it's rreally 
hard for me certainly to sing 
playing without rehearsing, 
someday . 
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ones that anyone's ever 

was 13 or something, I met Kyle who played 

in Bang Tango, you ever heard of that band 

Bang Tango? 

TWT: YUCK, YEAH I REMEMBER THEM, 

Pete: Yeah, it's total cheeseball but it use 

to be really cool, and we use to be big Rush 

fanatics and play and we wrote a lot of 

interesting songs. We never really got a 

band going, like we played out a few times, 

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interview) cds, 7", and some reviews in 
and everything was ruined, words were 

He did the reviews over, "but couldn't 
and transcribe the interview over again, 
a sort of bio/profile thing as you will read, 
postal service for the huge delay on the 2 i ne 
interview. Like I said, I'm sorry. 



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Boy, oh boy- Detroit, what do you think 
'of when this particular city is mentioned? 
Automobiles maybe? or Kiss (Detroit Rock 
City)- How about the classic he band 
Negative Approach? Well ladies germs, 



there's 



NKOTB (New kids on the block, 
dipshit). Their name is Cold As Life and 
they are probably the most exciting new band 
I've heard in recent memory- They have the 
classic , Detroit sound (no, not motown) with 
good old New York Flavor for some sweetness. 
They have a very strong old school appeal, 
sounding like a cross between Negative 
Approach, Agnostic Front, Killing Time, & 
Breakdown. The group remained in relative 
obscurity outside of Michigan until they made 
their appearance at the legendary CBGB's in 
NYC's Lower East Side opening up for Madball. 
This appearance was with their now deceased 
frontman, Rodney A Barger , who was murdered 
by his former roommate. He was allegedly 
shot and killed while he was sleeping. His 
killer is still at large. During the next 
year or so the band decided to push on as a 
four piece with their bassist Jake and 
guitarists taking over vocal 
responsibilities. They recorded a ** song 
demo and came back to the east coast to rock 
Studio One in Newark, NJ and that they did. 
The CTYC was heavily represented with 20 or 
so crew members in attendance to support 
their boys, Cold As Life. This particular 
show was billed as the superbowl of Hardcore 
and that's exactly what it was. An event I 
won't soon forget- It would be many moons 
before they would return. They ended up 
coming back to Studio One and playing to an 
empty room. A disappointment to them for 
sure. They still managed to put on a great 
energetic show but were obviously 
disappointed. It would be a couple more 
months before they came back to play for 



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definitely put out a much better zine than you see here 
not even sure I want to put out a nice big zine. I don 
care about distributing 5,000 copies or charging big ad rates and 
making money. It's just my little zine. All I know is that I'm 
very sincere and do put a lot of effort into Time Will Tell. I 
seem to be getting lots of compliments and appreciation for 
little publication, but with the good, come the bad. Here's 
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8 1/2 x 11. copied. 44 pgs. 

Time Will Tell seems to combine 
a number of different genres without cre- 
ating much of an identity. The editor 
seems to take a straightedge/vegetarian 
slant, but much of his debut issue deals 
with the harder-n-tougher crowd — 
Madball, Dog Eat Dog, and Fury of V 
being the examples. Also included are 
Shift, Black Train Jack and Into 
Another. (Steven Asbury. 28 Tudor Drive. t 
Wayside, N] 07712.) 




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wonder why all of a sudden all these zines from the NYC- 
area are popping up and covering the same bands. Short, 
yet substantive interviews with Madball, Shift, Fury of V, 
Black Train Jack, Jacko!, Dog Eat Dog, and Into Another 
(too bad there's no tough NYC bands left to interview now). 
The pics and layout aren't too hot, but the effort is sincere. 

Personally, I dislike their affection for the gangsta 
NYHC bands and thought the music reviews sucked, but 

I" with time maybe the zine will grow and expand. Still, 
overall, a good job! - 

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Tons of photos, pretty long interviews with Orange 
9mm, 25 Ta Life, Chuck Treece, and Human Remains, 
reviews, and real interesting personal writings on veg- 
anism, sXe, the hardcore scene in general, and other 
assorted stuff. Wow, that was one sentence. A good 
zine indeed. 
28 Tudor Dr. Wayside, NJ 07712 






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TIME WILL TELL #1 siza $? 20pg& 
Interviews with Shift, Madball, Fury of Frvo, Black Train Jack, Dog 
Eat Dog, and Into Another. I've never heard Dog Eat Dog, and I'm 
not Into any of the other above mentioned bands, so lets will focus 
on the few paragraphs of non-Interviews. Well Steve hates rac- 
ism— yeah, I'mglad, but he displays this fury by writing 'how about 
I put my nuts In your mouth you racist motherfuckerr Hmmm... the 
penis-as-a-weapon thing scares me. So that's It for the 'zine and 
me. If you Ilka the above bands, hats off; you go rock out with this 
'zine. ep (28 Tudor DrTWayslde. NJ 07712) 






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8 1/2 x 1 1 - copied - 48 pages 

I didn'i realize until halfway through this one that this 
is the same guv who is in STANDPOINT. 1 had no idea 
he was so involved in the scene. Full interviews with 
ORANGE 9 MM, 25 TA LIFE. BLACK BEANS and 
HUMAN REMAINS (these guys rule-Editor), and lots 
of other features like vegan stuff and sXe articles. The 
photos are pretty good, especially Reilly of 
STANDPOINT kneeling on the stage 

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TIME WILL TELL #3 8.5x1 1 $2 30 pas. 

Another common hardcore straight edoe zine. Many good pictures. 
Close-ups on 108, Age 9, and Mouthpiece. A contest to win some 
rare vinyls. Ooohh Bad Brains "Pay to Cum* (live) on yellow vinyl, 
thinkthe first answer Is orange but I could be wrong. Some straight 
forward logic on veganism (a meat eater's favorite magazine). But 
his idea on religion turned me off. Religion is not solely based on 
the Ideas of Christianity. SA {Time Will Tain* Tudor Or ./Wayside 
NJ 07712) 



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interview is 11 pages. It's also packed with reviews, 
and personal opinions. One of the top new printings. 
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have included interviews with Orange 
9mm, 25 Ta Life, Chuck Treece and Black 
Beans, and Human Remains. Also included 
are frevie^, writings, and tons of photos. .; 
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the celebrities with milk on their lip? Well 

that just makes me want too artificially 

inseminate them to impregnate them, stick 

them in a tight cage, and as soon as their 

kids are bornj if it's a boy, we 

away and send them directly to 

If it's a girl, we'll give them the same 

treatment as them (mom). Then have their 

nipples hooked up to machines and milk them 

for as long as they produce milk and- then 

repeat the whole process again. When they 

are finally- used up, send them to the 

butcher ! 

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smarter , more 
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makes you so special? So 
saying, humans are worth more, 
important? Who's fucked this 
humans or cows? Us evil humans have. 

It just makes me upset too see how 
ignorant and brainwashed people are. People 
say stuff like "Oh, but we need milk" or "The 
animal isn't being killed or anything". 

At least half the 10 million dairy cows 
in the U.S. spend their lives in crowded, 
concrete-floored milking pens or barns. 
Artificially inseminated on what factory 
farmers call "the rape rack," the dairy cow's 
male calves are sold to the veal industry 
within two days. 

Factory-farmed cows are sprayed with 
pesticides and dosed with antibiotics, 
hormones, and tranquilizers. The residues of 
these chemicals are passed on to those who 
consume the animals' flesh and milk. 

Milk is a high-fat fluid designed to 
turn a ^5-lb. calf into a 1000-lb. cow in 18 
months. Humans are the only species to drink 
milk after infancy, and the only species to 
take another species' milk. Far from being 
natural, this cow baby-food is totally 
unnatural for people, and feeding cow's milk 
to human babies can cause colict intestinal 
bleeding, allergies, and anemia and has been 
linked to the development of juvenile 
diabetes. In adults, it has been implicated 
in heart disease, certain cancers, adult- 
onset diabetes, and even, ironically, 
osteoporosis, the very disease it is supposed 
to prevent!. It contains three times as much 
protein and 50 percent more fat than human 
milk. It's also loaded with cholesterol. 
Milk is also deficient in iron, is frequently 



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1 product consumption. And what 

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take drugs to digest milk- Kinda 
tupid to me. Oh and you're not 

to drink milk before you exercise 
you'll cramp up. ...So basicallyi 
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Studies show that, with the 
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whose diets are extremely low 
in calcium, bone loss is not pre- 
vented by an increase in calcium 
so much as by a drop in protein 
consumption. High protein foods, 
such as meat, eggs, and dairy 
products, leach calcium from the 
body. Excess protein also makes 
the kidneys work harder and 
causes minerals to be lost in the 
urine. While a person on a low- 
protein diet doesn't need as much 
calcium, it's easy to get the 
recommended daily allowance of 
calcium (800 mg) solely from plant 
foods, especially vegetables like 
broccoli, spinach, and kale, tofu, 
dried fruits, legumes, and nuts 
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develop lactose intolerance, the 
inability to digest the milk sugar 
lactose. The result iS diarrhea, gas, 
and cramps when dairy products are 
consumed . 

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recommends that infants under one year 
of age not be fed cow's milk, 
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not generally consumed, there is 
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TUT: I'VE NEVER SEEN YOUR LYRICS PRINTED AND 
WAS WONDERING UHAT YQU SCREAM ABOUT UHEN YOUR 
STAGE ■ 



Chuck: Just a lot about what I experience 
and what I see in life... I mean it's hard to 
pick a top i c . . . 

Jay: It's not the one thing that we're all 
abouti put it that way. What ever goes 
through Duffy's mind at that certain point is 
pretty much what he writes down. 

and 



he doesn't even 
-the lyric sheet will 
we'll have the lyric 



Chuck: That's good, 
write the lyrics. 
Jay: Yeah but I know, 
be on the 7" . 
Chuck: Yeah, on the 7 

sheets. On those songs the lyrics are more 
like religious I guess you could say... 
Jay: To a certain point. 

Chuck: It kind of has double meanings, when 
I read the lyrics I kind of get a spiritual 
thing, but if someone else read them they 
might look at it like an typical everyday 
thing . 
TUT: AR E YQU GUYS TRYING TO PUSH RELIGION ON 

No, not at all, never. I would never 
push, preach, or do anything... 
It's persona 1 . 

Yeah, it's all personal. I'm not 

to get up on stage and tell people 

right and what's wrong because I've 

done that and I don't believe in that 

at all. To 'each their own, I won't tell 

anybody they're wrong for what they do or say 

and that's just the way I've always been. If 

you have a belie.f hey that's great, if you 

have faith in what you believe in... 

Jay: You got to respect everyone elses 

bel ief . 

John: I play for the lord. Jesus on my amp 
proves i t . 

TUT: SO YOUR 7" IS COMING OUT ON HAPPY DAYS? 
Chuck: Yeah, out in Dec. 

Jay: Hopefully, or at least by the first of 
January. It's just four new songs that have 
never been recorded. 
Chuck: It's different... 

John: These songs have more of a feeling 
behind it more than the other songs. 
Jay: Kevin just came up to us and asked if 
we wanted to do a 7" and we were like sure. 
We already had time booked at another studio, 
but we're going on tour with them (Endeavor) 
in Jan, so we went somewhere else because we 






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First . . . 

Jay: Mine was at Michael's* Six Foot.-. 

Chuck: I think the first real other than 

local show, like the first real he show was 

Resurrection and Gor ilia Biscuits, that 's 

when I first got my license and everything 

and I could finally drive to a good show. 

John: I went to like lame shows, like he 

shows in Keansburg. 

Chuck: Yeah i we use to get rides from our 

parents and shit! Yeah, once I got my 

license and stuff... 

John: The first real band I saw was Killing 

Time when they were Raw Deal, I saw them at 

Nights of Columbus with the Cryptic Cookies. 

TUT: WHAT MADE YOU DECIDE TO PLAY T HIS TYPE 

OF STYLE? 

Chuck: I t wasn' t 

don ' t think... 

John: We didn't hear voices. 

Jay: Probably like influences, 

just came out . . . 

John: Steve from Human Remains is a big 

influence on me because I didn't want to play 

guitar and Steve said play guitar and he 

taught me how to tune it and that was it. So 

I just watched him play and I picked 

everything off of him. 

Jay: My first influence is my friend Omar, 

he lives in Florida now, but I use to go over 

his house and play his drums everyday, and I 

got a set, and started playing with this 

John:' Yeah, my friend Mike was like yeah, my 
friend Jay plays drums and then I brought my 
stuff over . . . 

Jay: Yeah, at Middletown Pizza, we were just 
hangin out and we saw you at Carvel or what- 
ever and we were like you want to jam... 
John: And Duffy was hangin around and we 
were like, sing'. He was like, oh I don t 
know how to sing, but now he sings. 

That was funny, I got like sore 
I would like lose my voice... 

didn't know what the hell I was 



Chuck: 

throats , 



Jay: 

doing . 
John: 



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That's when I had the problem with 
poopin my pants (laughter), nan . 
Chuck: So how's your band doing? 
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John: We're going on in like two minutes. 
TWT: SO WHERE'S THE OTHER TUP GUYS? 
Jay: I don't know, I didn't even know what 
the fuck was going on and they were like, 
interview and I was like oh, well let me go 

back there . - . 

Chuck: They're just kind of like yeah, 
whatever. They don't really care 
Jay: They have no money, oo-tL-tbey-G^re-bu-t-. . 
John: This is like the foundation pretty 

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puttin them down, I'm just saying we're 

surv i vors . . . 

Jay: Survivor Series! 

John: I think if one 

wouldn't be the same. 

TWT: WELLDO YOU THINK 



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mi ss i ng , it 
THOSE GUYS HAVE 



EARNED THEIR PLACE IN TIMES UP? 
EVERYONE: Yeah, hell yeah 1 

We're definitely a much better 



band 
they 



the 



Jay : 

than ever . 

Chuck: They're really good musicians, 

really know what they're doing. 

Jay: And plus we're friends with them. 

Chuck: It's not like we put an ad in 

paper and was like guitar and bassist needed. 

John: The other guitarist lives three houses 

from Jay. 

Jay: Yeah, I've been friends with those two 

since I was like..--. 

When I first met 
the first person I 



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Jay: 
John: 



Bob (bass) , he was 
met that was into 



And then he got out of it... 

When I first met Bob, I was skatin, I 
was 14 and he had Gorilla Biscuits written on 
his skateboard, he had Murfy's Law, and he 
had Minor Threat. I was like what's that and 
he was like oh they're awesome and he was 
into like the old TSOL and then like a week 
later I got into all the same shit. That's 
why I wondered what happened to Bob because 
he disappeared for so long and now he's back. 
Jay: But now we're a much better band 
because our old bassist was crap, crappola. 
TWT: I DON'T KNOW, I GUESS THAT'S IT. 






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MUSIC REVIEWS 



The reviews are done by Me, Alex ( OSA ) , and JT. Honestly, I 
do feel really bad giving a bad review because I know how it 
feels. When my band first started, we got plenty of bad reviews. 
Sure we were bummed, but it made us work harder and we've 
improved so much as a band and now most of our reviews are 
excellent. It also wouldn't be fair to lie and give everything a 
good review. It's not fair to the band or the readers. So if 
you get a bad review, just take it as constructive criticism and 
don't give up because everyone has potential . 



Advertencia - demo '95 

Vato 25 ta Life tattoo freak 



favorable review, 
sorry, Rick's my boy 
some beltones in his 
review, this has got 
mix is so fucked up, 



Rick gave this a 
Why? This sucks. I'm 
and all but my man needs 
ears 'cuz judging by his 
to be another band. The 
they could have bought a 
Fisher Price recorder, saved a whole shitload 
of dinero and still gotten better sound. The 
vocalist doesn't sing in English and his 
Spanish sucks too. His timing is so bad that 
sometimes he sounds like he's singing the 
wrong song. The biggest waste of money in a 
while, thanx but no thanx. Wanna hear Puerto 
Ricans play good music? Buy the new Merauder 
CD when it comes out. 

Rating 0/10 (sorry, it really sucks) 
Contacto: RR-3 box 3B2^ Cupey station Rio 
Piedras, P.R. 00926. (OSA) 



Age 9 - Gross Times CD 

The CD is finally out kids. Age 9 are still 
doing what they do best playing that heavy 
stylie music with Aaron's clear intense 
vocals. The person that took the pictures 
for the cover and the sleeve is amazing. Now 
come on people, I interviewed this band in my 
last issue so obviously I like this. I'm 
going to shut up now. Buy the CD (see ad's). 
Resurrection A.D. Records PQ Box 763 Red 
Bank, NJ 07701 . (ME) 



Alterkation - Judgement 

A big 9 song demo from this band. The music 
is kinda heavy with some faster parts, and 
mosh parts with screaming vocals. If you 
like this kinda stuff, pick it up. Not only 
is Jeff (singer) in a band, but he also puts 
on shows. He supports so you should support 
him. Write to them. 

Alterkation 2*+ Algonquin Ter . Englishtown, 
NJ 07726. (ME) 



Anti-Heros - 
Here we go ! 
Ant i-Heros , 



Murder One MCD 



If you haven't heard of the 
you must be one seriously 
deprived human being. This band hails as 
Atlanta's most notoriously famous Qi ! band. 
With good reason too, they are simply a great 
band. They ne^er have and probably never 
will compromise their integrity for one 
minute of fame or fortune. This new mini-CD 
see the band continue on the road to 
legendary status with three hard Oil 
singalong anthems. This band is chock full 
of political incorrectness and could give two 
shits what anyone thinks. If you're into 
American Oi! (Niblick Henband, Oxblood, or 
The Bruisers), buy this mini, take down a 
pint of Guinness (extra stout!), find a Nazi 
and give him a Doc Marten dental plan! 
Rating 9/10 GMM Records PO Box 1523<t 
Atlanta, GA 30333. (OSA) 



Baby Gopal 

I'm still 

last night 
that this 



- Bo 

on 



s Aaai nst Girls 7" 



a high from seeing this group 
This new single really shows me 



band isn't a KRSNA oriented band, 
unlike Prema, 108, or Shelter. This allows 
me to fully enjoy the music , which is really 
great. Puts a smile an my face at the 

thought of Sri Kesaua ' s beautiful voice. I 

don-' t enjoy being bombarded by_ , 



real ly 

anyone's religious beliefs, so 
members of this, group are KRSNA r- 
their main schtick. Their lyrics are 
social (Generation X/ women's issues 
don't overshadow the music. Fans of Tsunami* 
Heavenly, and Confetti, take note. How about 
a full-length? Thanks to Baby Gopal 

(lot) 



even though 

more 
and 



1 ittle 



making my shitty week a 

shitty and Sri Kesaua for being a 

friendly and personable woman. 

Rating 9/10 Baby Gopal 305 Schermerhorn 

Brooklyn, NY 11217. (OSA) 



for 

1 ess 

real ly 



St . 



Bad vul tures. 
Japanese i ! 
Oi ! scene , 
Ouka, Bull 



- Bui 1 shi t All 
you say? Yes ! 



7" 

a huge 



Propaganda 

Japan has 

with bands such as Sledgehammer, 

the Buffalos, Cannons, Ikazuchi, 



Cobra, Sideburns, and 
Actually, the BV are 
Japanese Oi ! bands ever. 
10 years ago! This 7" 
early 80 ' s British Oi I , 
hard Qi ! anthems. 

Rating 7/10 Vulture Rock P.O. 
ALB., N.M. 87196 U.S.A. (OSA) 



now Bad Vultures, 
one of the first 
Going back at least 

sounds totally like 
this rules. Three 



Box A0687 



You 



'95 demo 
has given 



some 



the 
New 
The 



Blood for Blood - Hurt 

Boston, Massachusettes has given 

great he acts in the past (Slapshot, Wrecl 

Crew, Impact Unit, etc.) Now here comes 

new generation. To me, this sounds very 

Yorkish in the vein of SOIA and Madball. 

lyrics rule, sounds like Paul Bearer (Sheer 

Terror fame) wrote'em. Very powerful, well 

played he worth picking up. Only personal 

gripe is they thank BBC & FSU (who beat up 

the Meatmen). Shame, shame. Even Paul 

Bearer thought that was weak. 

Rating 8/10 BFB 112 Grove St. Medford, 

02155. (OSA) 



MA 



- Ec lect ic 
sixteen previously released songs 
label , Victory Records. 
Choose" to~ support or not, it's your decision. 

buy it and listen to it. 
real slow so you don't 



Bloodlet 

These are 

on Blood let ' s 



is my opinion: 
read the lyrics, 

anything. Then listen to it again, 
you've had enough go look at yourself in 
mirror. Bloodlet does not appeal to 
If you (>ave a happy life and your 
bathroom has teddy bear wall paper you might 
want to skip this one. If you believe in 
reality, this might be your favorite band. 
Musically very heavy with equally draining 

This band will twist you 
doesn't phase you, read 



This 

Then 

miss 

When 

the 

everybody 



powerful vocals. 

up. If the music 

Genius on all levels, Bloodlet 

One of the best bands out 

best overall . Scary to 

if they can just 



those lyr ics. 
is the real thing, 
there if not the 
think where this band 
stay together. 
Victory Records (JT) 



can go 



Candiria - Surrealistic flarinp^ CD 

What the fuck is this? This CD is sooo 

fucked up, I don't know what to say. Death 

metal (Cannibal Corpse, Internal Bleeding, 

Suffocation) and Jazz (? Kenny G.J. Sick 

fucks'. Brutal Death Metal with Jazz 

passages? I suggest getting it for the sheer 

bizarre appeal. I like it! 

Rating 7/10 Too Damn Hype Records P.O. Box 

1550 Cooper Station NY, NY 10376-1580 

(OSA) 



Cannons - Guts & Truth 7" 

More Japanese i ! Three typically good hard 

i ! tracks from this nationalist skinhead 

band. Buy it Oil sters! 

Rating 7/10 See "Bad Vultures" for address. 

(OSA) 



■ Dare to Defy - promo (1995) 

Les" fr^ ^: t0 "^ Wlth their ne W singer 
1 ° tt e now defunct NY band Patterns. 

j*j.& *":'to. °ljx o ; ■si^rr; 

Magathang and waiter. Busy gLy ' "} n t ^ 
three songs from their up co«inVlong ^ 
As I already mentioned, totally metal 
like this Les character much more than the 

a ?u r n u re it 9 * about fuckin ^ "«- »:; put 

a full length out. If you're a f,n ' «* -•.!?* 

^ j;— ■- -»v — --" s 

Rat.ng 8/10 Too Damn Hype Records P . , Bcrx 
ISao Cooper Station Ne« York, NY 10276-153?" 



Disarray - Widespread Human n i^jcf^r ep 
Really heavy metal. Reminds me of Testament, 
Violence, Fear Factory. The music is really 
repetitive, so it gets kind of boring after a 
while, but it shows potential. They need a 
little more variety, then these guys will 
rule Production 8, packaging are tops, so if 
you like heavy music with metal/grind vocals, 
try these guys out. 

™ t iS s Jf 10 ioKr arrmy p -°- Box 975 Dickson - 



de.no ni " 9 R °° m ~ '-' hen Nothin g R B n ljinc , 995 

Upstate NY is becoming known for their brutal 
metal style (All Out War, End of One). DR is 
no exception. They are somewhat l ika 
Starkweather in the sense that the vocalist 
Sean screams like a possesed lunatic 8. also 
has quiet passages where he talks/sings. The 

Bo! tthr S ° Und 'c reall V heavy, not unlike 
Boltthrower or Entombed. The music reminds 
m- of All Out War. It's a long demo ad 
packaging is really nice so if , definitely 
worth the S3 I paid for it. If vni , V e a fan 



you 
ano ther 



of Starkweather (who isn't) find 
band and buy this demo and go see 'em 
Rating 9/10 Drowning Room c/o Karl Krebs 
Gabriella Rd . Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 



coo 1 



15 



Diversity - . . . 



iop i nq demo 




vocals, and some crazy doubiebass. 

notice the talent of this, band from one 

listen With a little more direction and 

time, they'll be goin places. 

Diversity 56 south st. Manasquan, NJ 08736. 



9 *» dBn, ° & YOU Wish Vmi Tri or< 



"95 



sooo good when executed well 
of these bands I recommend 
:hese demos if mosh filled 



*■ 



Dysphoria - 

— demo 

— Meta lcore i s 
Dysphor ia is 

buying both of 

nlrL^^ V ° Ur thanq - The Production & 

packaging la superb, completely professional 

Do Q fbv Ualit rH T n S taPeS ^ e > ri "*** on S i°x n p r ; 
beuLaK? \ m*i°9 ^und. Unfucking 

rLn^J ° r ^ unsiQned °and. They're 

gjjjjffi— *» QmB tQO " JuSt bu * "- It's V all 

— Rating 9/10 (both demos) Dysphoria 
Box 590 Buckingham, PA 18912. ( QSA ) 



P.O. 



Dare To Defy - The Weight of Disgust CD 
It's about time. These boys have been around 
forever and have an arsenal of 7"'s to their 
name and not one long play. Jeez-oh-man, how 
slow can one be? Anyway, this long overdue 
release comes as somewhat of a change for the 
band 'cuz it features the vocal talents of 
that fella, Les (formerly of Patterns). He 
gives them a more he feel. If you heard any 
of their past releases, their old singer 
definitely had a hard) aggressive metal edge 
to him. Les, on the other hand gives them a 
more melodic, flowing feel. With 9 songs, 
and some thirty-minutes, it's a little 
fucking short. It is however a strong 
meta 1 /he /crossover , release and gives the 
band some earned and overdue exposure. P.S. 
some tracks feature the guest vocals of the 
one & only Rich O'Brien of Darkside NYC fame 1 . 
Rating 8/10 Too Damn Hype Records. (QSA) 



Elephanthead - 1995 demo 

First of all this demo is recorded over an 
old Bon Jovi "Slippery When Wet" tape, total 
comedy. The cover is of the incredible Hulk 
meta morphosis, even more comedy. 5 songs 
from this CT he outfit. Has an emo-ish sxe 
sound, but not really wimpy or sappy. Sxe 
kids who are fans of Lifetime, late Upfront, 
etc. ..will enjoy it. Not bad. Rating 

7/10 45 Coe Ave Stratford, CT 06497. (OSA) 



shi t 

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£nd of One - 1995 demo 

These guys need to beat the 

engineer that did this demo, 

quality is so horrible, i 

unl istenab le . Straight up death 

upstate NY. The music is total moshcore 

fucked up vocals, kind of like Paul 

Human Remains. Only 3 songs, 

of potential. I actually 



_ ... . — .. i ■ iii 

out of the 

cuz the sound 

t ' s a lmos t 

metal from 

with 

from 

but shows a lot 

1 i ke th is a lot . 



If you're a fan of death metal, check it out. 
Rating 7/10 End of One 3 Malmros Terrace 
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 . (OSA) 



E-Town Concrete - demo 1995 

The fusion of he and hip-hop has ne\/er really 
been successful, look at ICE-T &, Body Count, 
Hardcorps &, Anthrax, there was some novelty 
shit, like the Judgement Night soundtrack, 
Onyx & Biohazard and SOIA and House of Pain. 
Other than that, Dog Eat Dog is so laughable 
and Leeway kinda dropped the Ball. It's now 
time for E-Town Concrete. This demo is 
fucking hard! He with a hip hop groove that 
actually works! This band is gonna blow up, 
big time. I highly recommend this demo, only 
thing is, these guys didn't put a contact 
address on the tape (dipshits). Try getting 
the address from Rick 25 ta Life. It's worth 
i t . 

Rating 9/10 Rick ATTN: E-Town Concrete 86 
3rd Ave. Aptttl Paterson, NJ 07514. (OSA) 



Eventide — 7" 

Wow, where has this band been hiding out?! 
Finally, something was sent to me that I 
really liked. If I had too compare (I hate 
comparing), the singer's voice (good voice) 
sounds like Chris from Falling Forward. 
There's definitely some good musicianship. 
The music goes from like a rock feel to a 
heavier groove done with style and sometimes 
sounding like the heavier Sensefield stuff. 
I'd like to see these guys live. 
Romance Records PO Box 3041 Danbury, CT 
06813. (ME) 



First Offense - 199^ demo 

I suppose this is a rather old demo, but it's 

still obviously available, therefore subject 

to my brutally honest opinion. First Offense 

come out of the state of Virginia (I 

believe). One thing I'll never understand is 

bands that put out demos with no contact 

address. Why bother? Anyway, this tape 

comes across as pretty much generic SOIA he. 

Nothing much more to say about it. 

Rating 5.5/10 (OSA) 



Floor Punch - Goal Line Stand '95 demo 
Oh shit, welcome to 1988! Total retrocore 
that kicked my yellow butt! Fans of 
Confront, Chain of Strength, Judge, and Hard 
Stance please take note, this rules. Six 
songs of nostalgic hardcore done in a proper 
fashion, they don't take themselves too 
seriously and put some fun back in hardcore. 
No "gangs" or religion, p.c.ness or bullshit 
politics that have torn this scene apart. 
Just good clean fun. The cover, logo, lyrics 
and recording all rule! Mash hard suckers or 
get outta my way! ! 
Rating 9/10 Mark X 
Monmouth Beach, NJ 07750 
Records c/o Brett Beach 
70 Mapiewood, NJ 070^0. 



31 Monmouth Pkwy 
or I n My Bl ood 
<*67 Val ley St . Apt 
COSA) 



for the love of — ^ song demo 

Holy sheet! Before I purchased this I asked 
the singer Shawn what they sounded like and 
he said a combination of Unbroken, Sepultura, 
Inside Out, Leeway, and I think some others 
that I can't remember. Yo ! This is fuckin 
sick! All ya he metal kids are going to eat 
this shit up! This is brutal but done with 
mad style. This has members from Strength 
691 and Hundred Fold, so what did you expect, 
of course it's going to be good, 
ftlv: 20 caton ave. coionia, nj 07067. (ME) 



- CD ep & A Cal 1 For Uni ty CD comp 

This band never ceases to amaze me. 

going to lump these two releases 

because you should definitely 



I'm going to keep 



this 



Fury of V 

God DAM! 

I 'm just 

together 

purchase them both. 

review short because hopefully by now, you've 

seen or heard FOv* (if you haven't, you're a 

fuckin hermit) and you know they are the best 

at what they do by far. Sick musicianship, 

heavy as hell, angry, and so forth. I think 

Satan has a guest vocal spot on "Hell on 

Ear th " as we 1 1 . 

Jay Fury 8 Kimberly Dr. Wayside, NJ 07712. 

(ME) 



Hate Dept - Omnipresent 

I definitely wasn't expecting this! I'm not 

sure how to review this because I don't 

usually listen to this kinda stuff, but 

have too say that this is 

of the cheesy words l.phat 

<+.dope 5. awesome) as hell! 

the industrial metal/rock guess you'd say, 

with a punk attitude 



(choose 1 

S.rad 3. cool 
"he music is on 



It's heavy wi th 
synthesizers, and all 
with good vocalists. 

it. 

Neurotic Records PO 

91788-0^^5. (ME) 



and has much style, 
electronic drums, 
this other crazy shit 
Very original, I dig 

Box ^5 Walnut, CA 



Ignite - Call On My Brothers 

Man, if you've already seen this band live 
you and me both should already know that this 
is going to be a great review. The "In My 
was an amazing *♦ song teaser, but 
this 16 song CD, my thirst is now 






Time" 7 
now w i th 
quenched . 



It 



I ' ve said before , 
Conversion Records 
Beach, CA. 92615. 



just good old CAHC ! Like 
fast i s good ! 

P.O. Box 5213, Huntington 
(ME) 



Into Another - Seemless 

Every time IA releases another record I keep 
my fingers crossed and pray that it's as 
awesome as the last record. Just when I 
think they can't get any better, they do. 
Gees... buy everything they've ever put out 

stupid ! ! ! 

Hollywood Records (ME) 



Krutch - Wheruat '95 demo 

Only three songs? Booo ! 

heard Krutch, they sound 

Biohazard. Luckily. I like 

Lyrically, they sing about 

generic topics like, "courage, 

which is cool, but gotta try 

sound, I mean they sound 

Biohazard, same sing alongs, breakdowns. Why 

doesn't anyone sound like Outburst or YDL 



I f you haven * t 
a lot 1 ike old 
old Biohazard . 
rea 1 1 y old, 
honor , tru th " , 
for their own 
a lot like 



anymore? Anyway, 
too short though. 
Rating 7.5/10 
E. Stroud sburg , PA 



I 1 i ke this demo 
Check it out! 
Krutch RD3 

18301 . (OSA) 



a lot, way 
Box 363 1 



Life of Agony - Uq 1 y . - - 

Weil it's definitely not he, but that 
really matter. Well honestly, most 
lyrics and riffs are cheesy (look, I' 



v ^- 



doesn ' t 

of the 

m really 



sorry about your mom and everything, but 
don't you think we heard enough about that on 
"River Runs Red"?) but there's 3 songs on the 
tape that I just can't get enough of. 
real good rockin tunes. Find someone 
got it and copy those 3 songs. 
Roadrunner (ME) 



Just 3 
that 's 



Life 

■ 



Trial - Repress of 199^ demo 

hame that good bands die 
all praise the invention of 



On 

It's a godforsaken 
young. However 
the analog audio tape. Oh yae the gods of 
music have spoken. Straight up, no 
bullshtein he with a really demented evil 
vocalist. Kinda makes you want to go out and 
rob little kids of their Halloween candy. I 
don't know how big they were in Baltimore but 
bad they never made it to Jersey 
Jersey kids would eat this up. Write 
Apart address Attn: XChaosX 
show some interest in out of 
A bit short (3 songs) but worth 
for it. (send * em another buck 

cheese eat i n ' 



it's 

' cause 

to the Torn 

D i s tro . and 

s ta te bands . 

the $2 I paid 



to cover postage, welfare 

budget boy) 

Rating 8/10 (OSA) 



The Marshes - CD 

This is a pop punk type band with 
of Dag Nasty and Rumblepuppy. 
pretty cool and not played like 



X members 
The music is 
the typical 
punk pop band. The vocals, harmonies, 
backups, and lyrics are all cool too. A good 
band that'll definitely be in my CD player 
for a while. Sike "Records PO Box 1050<* 
Holyoke, MA 010^0-210^ (see ad). (ME) 



Negative Male Child - Little Brother CD 
Does anyone remember the NJSE band Intensity? 
Ya know, the Guy LaFleur demo, songs about 
the Jersey Shore? Yeah? Well, the guitarist 
of this crew used to be in that y/ery band. 
He is my old school mate, Frankenberry Brian 
Schwinn. The drummer Mike White AKA Funk 
also attended our lovely school. I'm happy 
that these guys did something with the 
obvious talent they have. Funk is an amazing 
drummer and Brian is also and accomplished 
fretboard gymnast. Mike attends college in 
Berkely, Ca . and Brian goes to Rutgers so 
they don't get to play out often, catch'em 
when they play. The music is hard as hell 
with some way out percussion and 



as 

some 



raw 



untamed vocals. 



Pretty unique sounding, very 
heavy and extremely well executed. Probably 
Too Damn Hypes most promising band. 
Rating 9/10. (OSA) 



Value - Hardcore Your 



No Redeeming Social 

Lousy Ass Off ! ep 

T bought this repress of the 7" on cassette, 
it has a bonus track, oooh ! The tape has top 
notch production and is on the Desperate 
Records label. I believe this label also 
released stuff from Norman Bates & The Shower 
Heads (for those lucky few who know who they 
are). This band s i ng lehanded 1 y brings he to 
what it was originally about - fun! ! ! 
Remember Murphy's Law and Rest In Pieces? 
It's a fucking shame this band is somewhat 
ignored by a lot of people. The lyrics are 
comedy ie: More Tattoos, New 6^, etc. And 
the music kicks butt! It lacks no 
conviction! Buy it, you'll like it. If not, 
you ain't down . 

Rating 10/10 NRSV P.O. 
Bel lrose, NY 1 1 ^26-0196, < OSA ) 



Box 260196 



Notorious Grumble - 7" 

r M ?°H 9 7 " ^ thlS NJ PUOk outf *t. Kind of 
remxnds me of Adrenalin o.D. or the 
Offenders. Has an early to mid 80 ' s American 
punk-core sound. Not bad, a little differed 
than most other Headache stuff. Good stuff 

S ? rti n9 H l /l ° Head * ch * Records PO Qo ' 

Midland Park, NJ 07^32 



Planet Freak. - Payback ep 

What the fuck is Planet Freak? I don't even 
think these guys know. A really impressive 
demo. Great looking tape &. sound quality 

(Dolby NR & the whole 9), laser printed color 
covers and truly fucked up artwork. Pretty 
unique metal/hc stuff. The guitar sound is 
exactly like the tone on the Lament "Drowning 
Room" 7". Cool sound. These guys could go 
somewhere. Don't let the name fool ya , buy 

i t . 

Rating 7.5/10 Planet Freak c/o Frank Z. 

7 Oxford Court Wheatly Heights, NY 11798. 

(OSA) 



were to review this, 
see Killing Time" 
demo". If you like 



x 204- 



Reason Enough - '75 demo 
If Websters Dictionary 
it would say "Please 

Backtrack "or Raw Deal 

Killing Time buy it. 

Rating - Originality 0/10, Musicianship - 

7/10, Production 10/10, Enjoyabi 1 i ty 7/10, 

Overall rating 7/10 Reason Enough P.O. Box 

1961 Boston, MA 02205. (OSA) 



Oasis - (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 
1 would consider myself a fan of good music 
(generally speaking). What I mean is, is 
that my musical range is extreme, 
disregarding bullshtein politics (corporate, 
race, sex, economic etc...). Most people 
that don't know me would probably think I 
listened to he only. Well dipshits, guess 
again cause Oasis dropa new LP and it fucking 
rocks, baby! This new LP is basically taking, 
up where "Definately Maybe" (1st LPt Duh ) 
left off. Same recipe for success, although 
with a new drummer. Very Bea t 1 es-Esque Rock 
(indie, that is) with nothing but grooves and 
hooks. It's no wonder this is Englands No . 1 
supergroup. The Anti-Blur. Not quite as 
strong as their 1st release but definitely a 

if you have to- P.S. 
I saw them at the Stone 
and they were amazing! ! 

it for the track "Don't 



keeper. Steal it 
Check'em out live. 
Pony in Asbury Park 
(no sh i t ) . Wor th 
Look Back in Anger". 
Rating 9/10 Epic Records. 



(OSA) 



Roguish Armament - 1995 demo 
Hip Hop. A little basic for 



my taste and the 



recording isn't the best. Basic "beats with 
some cool jazzy samples gives this demo a 
kickback feel (or "flava" for you trendy 
zombies). Pretty good, nothing I would 
listen to, but good. I would pick it up. I 
prefer stuff like EPMD , old BDP , old Run DMC , 
N.W.A. etc. . . 
Rating 7/10 call (212) 825-10^2. (OSA) 



Sanguine — 7" 

Two song 7" by this New York outfit. Sounds 
like a Fugazi and Henry Rollins 
know what, I hate Fugazi 



and 



/ snore fest. Avoid. 

Rating ^/10 Brian Murfy 310 E19 st 
NY, NY 10003. (OSA) 



rip-off. Ya 
Henry Ro 1 1 i ns . 



Apt I A 



One Life Crew - Real i ty Check promo tape 
We all know who Mean Steve is, if you don't, 
run out and buy the new Stone Temple-Pearl- 
Si lver-Presidents record 'cuz you just ain't 
Hardcore. Well, dumbshits, this is Steve's 
new band. They sound like his old bands, 
Confront S. Meanstreak. Total straight up he 
ala Judge. A whole seven studio and three 
live (that's ten for all you mongoloids) 
tracks of their material. Their LP "Crime 
Ridden Society" should be out soon. Buy or 
Die, Their lyrics rule by the 
must pay the price/we don't 
fight/getting beat Cleveland 
injuries you're ruined. 
Rating 9/10 P.O. Box 18062 
Ml IB USA. (OSA) 



way . . . "Now you 
dance we just 
sty I e/ numerous 

Cleveland, Ohio 



Outrage - demo '95 

We get a sixer (songs, boy) from this Long 
Island group, Outrage. The music is moshy he 
with some metal in there, real slow stuff. 
These boys need some xanex or lithium 'cuz 
they might just end it all. Total self pity 
lyrics that kinda annoy me . The music goes 
from slow to mid tempo with some quiet 
passages, rather enjoyable. Decent hooks, a 
whole six songs and mediocre production make 
me recommend this demo. I've heard some 
things about their being connected with 
wanna-be gangsters, if it is true, their 
ethics are questionable. It seems these days 
that eh stupid gangster shit is a big thing 
in he. It's a shame, 'cuz almost none of 
these punks would last on Mid-Rose St. or 
Martin Luther King Blvd. in Trenton. Stay 
he, stop flexing &. have phun. 

Rating 7/10 Outrage c/o Ron *♦ Southfield Rd 
Middle Island, NY 11953. (OSA) 



Sealed With A Fist - 1995 prome tape 
3 song prome tape. Well, kind of generic but 
well played he. Not bad. Reminds me of 
SQIA. They really need something that 
differentiates them from other bands. There 
are too many good bands doing stuff with more 
originality for me to give this a completely 
favorable review. If I never listened to he, 
I'd love this, but I listen to he (lots of it 
and all kinds) so this is kind of boring to 
me. The production is great (CD quality) and 
the music is played very well. If you like 
SQIA or that kind of stuff write 'em. 
Rating 6.5/10 Sealed With A Fist c/o 
Jonathan 82 Hillcrest Ave Yonkers, NY 10705. 
(OSA) 



The Semibeings - Sickness and Health CD 
These guys hail from my very own 
neighborhood, Hamilton. Whoopee. We rule. 
One interesting note of trivia, this fivesome 
contains one ex-member of straight edge 
youth, Mouthpiece. I guess you could say 
that this is my first real opportunity to 
listen to this band. I saw them once at City 
Gardens a few years back, but I don't really 
recall their performance. This can best be 
described as alternative/experimental rock. 
Excellent musicianship highlights this CD 
which I believe could have been better 
produced. Sounds sort of sixties-ish, maybe 
reminiscent of Richie Havens, Santana (use of 
percussion & effects) and Crosby, Stills, 
Nash & young. Not quite my cup of tea, but 
good if not excellent for what they do. At 
least they're better than Live. If you're 
felling adventurous, check 'em out. 
Rating 7.5/10 The Semibeings **8 Carl 
Sandburg Dr. Hamilton Sq , NJ 08690. (OSA) 



Setback - 1975 demo 

"Fuckin' Hardcore". Remember that line from 

Ful i Metal Jacket ? Well. I put this demo in 

and 1 say, "Fuckin* Hardcore". And buy an 

army helmet &. write "Born to Kill" on it 

and. . .No, wait, I'm getting delirious. Very 

death metal influenced he (which is a plus in 

my bookie book). Their packaging kinda sucks 

though, no lyrics & almost no info (not even 

a thanks list, sheesh ! > Photo copied covers 

with welfare artwork that isn't too appealing 

to the eye. Any good salesman (me) will tell 

you that in order for a product to sell, it 

has to be pleasing to the eye (first 

impressions). Luckily I caught 'em live S* was 

impressed by their performance. Other than 

that & the corny, "Gangsta Skins Productions" 

thing on the tape shell, it's a keeper. 

Rating 8/10 Setback 66-13 1 02 St. Apt 4A 

Rego Park, NY 11374. ( QSA ) 



Mr 



Shankbuzz - 

I got this five song 
be released on Too 
friends (who just happens 



Pub 1 ic ep 

advance of their ep to 

Damn Hype by on of my 

to be in the band) 



Mike Aulthause (sp?). He told me to "please 
review it for me, your honor." I said "yes, 
mere mortal commoner, I shall" so it is that 
I am here reviewing this ep . Kind of reminds 
me of some sxe bands ( 88-89 era) mixed with 
Kurt's (DRI fame) vocals. I would say this 
is a very bizarre combo, I can pick out 
influences by DRI, Verbal Abuse, Chain of 
Strength, the Accused, Excel, etc. ..But, 
somehow, this manages to stay rather 
original, which is cool. My only complaint 
is that they gave some weird t i me changes and 
strike me as disjointed. Qh yeah! You know 
who they really remind me of? Grindcore Gods 



( who 



Apoca 1 ypse 

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Rating 8/10 Shank 

PA 19355. (OSA) 



rule!). Check it out, it's 
Buzz P.O. Box 721 Frazer, 



Standpoint - Orange Confessions promo demo 
This band does nothing but get better &. 
better with time. These new four songs are 
in my opinion their best work to date. The 
opening track "Orange" (out soon on Nevermore 
comp) has ma ior major crossover appeal* I 
suggest recording this particular track on CD 
&, shopping it to majors because the rest of 
the world (and I mean everyone) has to hear 

this 

make 

Civ. mean , 



It's still hardcore, but this could 
it to MTV and not suck, unlike Shelter & 
I mean, this particular song sent 



to do 

broken 

'his band 



shivers down my spine. The last song 

that to me was Oasis' epic tale of 

love "Don't look Back in Anger". 

has a lot to offer not only to the he 

community but also to the stale indie &. major 

American music scene. I don't care what you 

listen to, get this now. Any fan 

honest heartfelt music will be 

appreciate this gem. 

Rating 10/10 for 7" write to 

Records 215 Hancock Ave Bridgewater, NJ 

08807. For other info, write to the fanzine. 

(OSA) 



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Stigmata - Hvmns for an Unk nown God CD 

Metal up yer ass, mon. Really good, 

moshcore in the vein of All Out War 

and musically. Does anyone 

band from NJ from back in the day 

Blood (1987-88)? Well, this 

a lot like this particular 

A total of seven songs on this CD 

listen. Fucking brutal-ass 



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White Power. I 
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know they've 
with rac is t-separ at is t- 
Rival , No Al ibi , 
Bound for Glory (documented) . 
your own discretion when 
purchase. Aside from this 
nice effort boys. 
Rating 8/10 Train Records. 



and 

So please use 

making this 

observation, very 

(OSA) 



Stormcore - Somos Pocos Pero Locos 1995 promo 
Oh shit! France come up Trumps with this 
tape. Straight up me ta 1 -hardcore with a 
vengeance. Really impressive he from these 
boys. They claim to be influenced by NYHC 
like Breakdown, Sheer Terror, etc... but they 
totally sound remind me of Integrity (Systems 
Overload). France first slapped me with 
Kickback, now Stormcore. 
understand the vocals but I 
English. If his lyrics are 
way the bio 8> letter are, 



I don ' t know or 
know they sing in 
anything like the 
maybe it's better 



if you don't understand him. Anyway, 1 would 



Y 
love to see 'em live, if 

this tape, it's bound to 

at all costs, (sell your 

to ) , awesome . 

Rating 10/10 Stormcore - 

David Mancilla 22 Allee 

Rennes France. (OSA) 



it's anything like 
rule'. Obtain this 
sister if you have 

Hardside Recs. c/o 
De Maurepas 35700 



Strength 691 - Hold On tape 

This was supposed to be released as a CD but 
like so many things in he, there's delays, 
loss of money, and people gettin dicked over. 
This is now a 10 song tape that they sell for 
42! ! ! Sometimes I have to pay mpre for a 3 



recorded demo ! 



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song sh i t 

Strength for qui-tejS#rf^w 

they've come a long way. 

refreshing to hear that some 

how to play he and know what 

They do lots of fast parts 

but they're so far from 

They've got their own sound, clear vocals, 

melodic, and have very creative and original 

heavy breakdowns. Very colorful. A must 

get ! '. ! 

Re-Action Records 20 Caton Ave., Colonia, NJ 

07067. (ME) 



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^--years now and 

It's really 

bands still know 

it's all about . 
(fast is good! ) , 

be i ng gener i c . 



Sugar Daddie — Poker 
Cool, punkrock, three 
Ph i ladelph ia area 
play button, this 
Clutch used to and 
coo I 



In the Rear 



'95 demo 

song demo from this 

group upon pressing the 

band reminds me of what 

should sound like. Really 

although repetitive music fronted by a 



vocalist who sounds kinda like Paul Bearer of 
Sheer Terror. Totally punkrock lyrics are 
the capper to this short but sweet tape. 
This band along with Dare To Defy are gonna 
put Philly back on the map yo . 
Rating 8/10 (OSA) 



Tension — demo 

Let's start by saying the sound 
Mississippi mud. Second, this is 
form Long Island, not Florida. Six 
that packs a heavy punch. New 
unlike Darkside or Sheer Terror. 



qua 1 i t y is 

the Tension 

song demo 

York not 

The demo 



cover sucks, ,but who's complaining. They 
also do a cover of "We Got the Beat" by the 



80*s superstars, the 
Rating 7/10 Tension 
NY 11980-394. (QSA) 



Go-Go's. Punk rock. 

P.O. Box 394, Yaphank, 



Tension - The Sickness of our 
Ne^yer heard of 



Age 7" 
them before. This record 
doesn't really move me. Generic stomp-core 
with an sxe lyric. Actually this band is 
really stupid. Look at the lyric sheet, it 
says "one man's terror is another man's 

OQH, I'm scared now. 
they couldn't scare a 5 



freedom fighter" 

Judging by the photo, 

year old in a wheel chair. I'm sick of all 

these he bands (sxe or not) trying to prove 

how hard they are f who gives a shit? Take 

the slogans and shove em' in yer ass. 

you're gonna talk hard, back it up. (P.S. If 

you live with your Mom, I don't even want to 

hear it. I live with my Mom, I don't claim 

to be tough.) Aside from the unintentionally 

funny lyrics the music is okay. 

Rating 5.5/10 Endless Fight Records 

Box 1083 Old Saybrook, CT 



06475-5083. 



P.O. 
(OSA) 



Thirty OB - 1995 demo 

Now this is groovy. They sound like a cross 
between Rage Against the Machine and the 
classic Force Down. Hard breakdowns and 
experimental guitars are the highlight of the 
demo. Along with the professional packagingi 
this appears to be an impressive demo. With 
four songs and only one being more than three 
minutest it's a little short (like me, ha, 
ha, joke! ) . The first song is definitely the 
most impressive, being hard but not "tough". 
Cool artwork makes the cover attractive. I 
say pick it up, it's a little different. 
Rating 7.5/10 Thirty 08 P.O. Box 5 
Oceanside, NY 11572. ( OSA ) 



Torn Apart - 1995 demo 

^ songs with an intro. Okay metal core from 
Baltimore, MD . Very heavy, nothing too 
original, not bad though. Better than the 
emo wimp core stuff. Worth it. Pick it up 
if you see it. A young band. 

Rating 6.5/10 Torn Apart «3 Edgecliff Rd 
B-More MD 21286. (OSA) 



Typecast - 2 song demo 

I've seen these guys live and I'd have to say 

1 liked them better live. This is pretty 
good. It's a sxe metal he feel but the 
musicianship is better than most. This band 

is pretty new and can only get better. 
Overall it's a decent demo. 

Tate Hoffman 1560 River Rd BelleMead, NJ 
08502. (ME) 



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in the end it's a totally different 
story. People... don't get involved when 
you don't have a clue and definitely 
don't talk shit when you weren't there 
or weren't involved. And if you want me 
to believe that there will be a fight 
one on one and after that, which ever 
moron "wins"? the fight will then be 
squashed and everyone will walk away? 
Then you're a dipshit. 

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fucked up, people say one thing and say 
another when you're not around, and when 
people don't know when to mind their own 
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Mark: Fed up with hardcore, this is 
answer to what is going on now. I 
there's some good bands and bad bands, 
just, we wanted to start it just for 

That's the only reason. 

TUT: WHAT IS THE WHOLE CONCEPT BEHIND FP? 

Mark: This is what we enjoy listening to. 

This is what we listen to, that Youth Of 

Today style, Judge, Breakdown... 

Zev: There's not enough bands like that 

anymore, just like one or two... 

Mark: I mean they're still he bands... 

Zev: Just not this particular style. 

Mark: I mean a lot of bands now like 

Bloodlet, Snapcase, that's shit metal, it's 

not hardcore, I think they suck... metal is 

metal, he is he. There's Judas Priest, 

there's YOT, there's the bands in he between, 

and then there's bands that call themselves 
he that play false metal, which those bands 

do . 

TUiT: BESIDES HC, DO YOU LISTEN TO ANYTHING 

ELSE? 

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Zev: Well it depends, if 
intentionally to piss me off, 
particularly, if someone, went up 
piss me off, I'd fuck in ... seriously ... I ■ d be 
pretty fuckin kind of pissed off about it. 
TUT: ARE THERE ANY NEW BANDS THAT YOU LIKE? 
Mark: Human Remains ars definitely good. 
Mouthpiece I enjoy, Cornerstone, SOIA ar& 
doing all right, Ignite I like, only because 
I saw them last night, they're pretty good. 
But if I listed all the bands I listen to f 
they're gone. 

TUT: WHAT PISSES YOU OFF THE MOST ABOUT THE 
SCENE TODAY? 

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everyone knows what they're 
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fear of CB's on Sundays- Come on Jeff climb 

in ( what do you think? 

Jeff: I'm not in the band'. Don't even start 

me! I can't be a part of this interview, 

not even in your band. 

TWT: WHO CARES, YOU CAN SAY SOMETHING IF YOU 

WANT. 

Jeff: Weil, the problem is that people in hi 
have no idea what he really was. It's like a 
store bought phenomenon now and it turned it 
into something kind of sad. Kids don't know 
about 88', nevermind 83', and I think that' 
what made he good even when it got born 
somewhere in the middle of the BO's, bands 
wanted to bring back that whole 82' sound 
like in rip off bands from like Boston and 
NY. And now kids aren't interested in being 
in he bands, they're interested in being like 
kind of metal, kind of like alternative, 
dress like ravers, like no one is interested 
in the whole like he. ..no one's got it in 
their heart anymore and that's why the he 
scene every year, it's like a million new 
faces. I've been going to shows since like 
87' and I can honestly say there's like maybe 
a hand full of people that are still 
involved, that even really care about it. 
Once you see things like this, it becomes 
very disheartening and you don't want 
apart of it anymore 
Zev: What I don't understand is a lot of 
people and a lot of bands will say something 
like, I like 88' and stuff like that or the 
bands around then or they'll say, yeah I., like 
that music a lot, but I've out grown it or I 
did this and I did that and they all want to 
play this kind of music, but yet, the 
reactions to this kind of music and the 
reactions compared to then, why wouldn't you 
want to go back to how it was because in my 
opinion I thought it was ten times better. 
No one writes that kind of music anymore and 
they say, oooh it's out dated, blah, lah» 
blah , whatever . 
Mark: Why live in the past.... 

TUT:" YOU BEING ONE OF THE VERY FEW THAT HAVE 
BEEN SXE BACK IN THE DAY AND STILL SXE TODAY, 
HOW DOES IT MAKE YOU FEEL T O HAT VAS 
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was like in S& ' , I'm not old school, I don't 
consider myself oldschool. 

Jeff: Old school's like 80', 78', that's 
what I consider old school. 

Mark: But as far as being sxe, I've been 
labeling myself sxe, X, for nine years since 
like 87', 88*. So many of my close friends, 
that song "Perceiver" on the demo is about 
one of my best friends who I use to go to 
shows with up until about 92', he broke the 
X) he went away to college, drank. ..it really 
does change things. People say ohh but 
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that bond, that oath that you stick together, 
and if somethings gone, if someone takes that 
away from you, but I'm numb to it. So many 
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in case you don't know, my mom is 100'/. 
Korean. Was this her choice? Did she come 
into this world and say, "I want to be an 
Asian women with black hair and brown eyes", 
or maybe she said, "Gee, I think I want to be 
a white girl, with blonde hair, and blue 
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but not really. Come on now, she didn't do 
anything to be Asian, it's just what she is 
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automatically look at her in a different 
light. I don't know why I'm getting all 
worked up and I try to stay calm, but I 
can't. I can honestly say if I found out who 
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The Marshes 7-Song CD e.D. 



Featuring ex-members of 
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